Author : A Smith | Created : 2022-06-23 06:40:00
Mark Wood is a right-arm fast bowler and a right-handed batsman, who made his debut for Sussex in 2007. In 2018, he was selected for the England Test team to play Pakistan and then went on to tour Sri Lanka but despite making important contributions in both series, he didn't make it into the World Cup squad.
Wood started as an opening batsman before becoming a bowler at school level but soon found pace bowling more exciting than batting so switched to that game. He first represented England U19s during their successful campaign of winning the 2010 Youth World Cup held in Australia where they beat India by five wickets in the final round robin clash played at Adelaide Oval Stadium (Adelaide)
Mark Wood Csk Salary – The English cricketer, who has played as a fast bowler and batsman, is paid by Chennai Super Kings in Indian Premier League (IPL).
Mark Wood Csk Salary In Ipl – The English cricketer, who has played as a fast bowler and batsman, is paid by Chennai Super Kings in Indian Premier League (IPL).
Mark Wood Ipl Career
Mark Wood is a cricketer who plays for Chennai Super Kings. He was bought by the Chennai Super Kings for Rs. 10 lakhs in the Indian Premier League (IPL) auction of 2018. Mark Wood has been playing since he was 14 years old, and his record is exceptional: he has played more than 100 games at domestic level and scored over 1000 runs at an average of 45 with several centuries under his belt.
A right-arm fast bowler, Mark Wood made his Ipl debut in 2013 and has represented Rajasthan Royals, Mumbai Indians and Hyderabad Sunrisers so far.
He picked up a hat-trick during the 2017 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) against Royal Challengers Bangalore. In the same year he was again bought by Kings XI Punjab for Rs 2 crore at their auction but was out of action due to illness as he had hurt his ankle while playing football with friends during England’s tour of India earlier that year.
Mark Wood is one of the most exciting young fast bowlers in world cricket and already has a Test century to his name. He topped 100 wickets in just 31 games for Durham before being called up to England’s senior ranks, taking 3-36 on debut against Australia at the home of cricket back in 2015. Now a regular member of England’s Test side, he will return to Durham for much of 2017 after signing a new three-year contract with the club.